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The Nebraska ACLU has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the city of Omaha alleging that its law enforcement agency violated protesters’ constitutional rights by using excessive force, disregarding local laws, and carrying out retaliation and imprisonment.

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Today we have stories of Governor Ricketts’ campaign against legal gambling, the call for the grand jury’s transcripts from the Scurlock case to be published, and the return of the Omaha Public Schools to face-to-face learning.

Top local stories

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In Omaha

  • The Omaha Police Department has responded to community reports of reckless driving and blocking of intersections in Trump caravan.
  • Jake Gardner’s best friend calls on the Justice Department to reveal the secret Grand Jury transcripts.
  • For the first time since the pandemic began, some students have been using it Omaha Public Schools return to the classroom.

Around the state

  • Six scientists and doctors from the University of Nebraska Medical Center warned Monday that the state was in a “Dangerous Time” in the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • A Facebook post by a group called Oath Keepers claimed that the sheriff was Kevin Stukenholtz of Saunders County To attract civilians help with law enforcement operations.
  • Some of the biggest Conservative names in Nebraska politics are opposed to electoral action Legalize casinos.

What to do during the quarantine

From our list of Things to Do During Quarantine::


While you might watch your tomatoes and delicate flowers wither in the coming cold, fall is the perfect time for that too start planting for next year. There are a variety of spring onions, including daffodils, tulips, crocuses, and hyacinths to keep you occupied when thinking about next year’s flower bed design.

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